Can we face the reality and be honest?
“NO MATTER WHO YOU VOTE FOR THE GOVERNMENT ALWAYS GETS IN.”
No need to go to war (again) to avoid the debt default and blame other nations…
I want the honesty to admit the government’s mistakes and insolvency (also realize the false presumption that governments must control people).
Then officially claim default on the debts, abolish the federal reserve, abolish fractional reserve banking, end wars, cut military and war departments then restructure the institutions to remain in balanced budgets honoring fiscal responsibility.
That is just for starters…
The honesty must come from WE THE PEOPLE
because the corporate-governments have betrayed the public TRUST and have no honor.
They (corporate-government) hide their lies and keep secrets to manipulate public opinion while buying votes and public relations.
Just consider how the USA government no longer share their levels of money (M3) circulating they now keep that secret from the public;
or consider how corporate-governments have re-defined unemployment to hide the number of real unemployed and poor people in America.
WE THE PEOPLE are not stupid (regardless of the many foolish caricatures depicted in the media), we can see the facts that the global money cartel owns the governments and have illusory debts they intend to burden on the people of the world. Preparing to globalize war to subjugate the people and protect their financial empire of global control.
On Jan 6th,2011 Timothy Geithner sent a public letter to Harry Reid where he clearly stated that he U.S. Government will default on its debt if the debt ceiling is not raised.
The letter can be viewed at:
The implication is clear: The U.S. is insolvent.
Has the U.S. government ever defaulted?
If Government Defaults On Loans, It Wouldn’t Be The First Time
“According to a report in The Washington Post, in 1979 the U.S. reached a last-minute approval that resulted in technical malfunctions in processing the backlog of paperwork, and subsequently thousands of late payments to holders of Treasury bills that were maturing that April and May.
While brief and inadvertent, the U.S. did technically default on loans.
The Treasury had missed payments on about $120 million worth of bills that led to a class suit against the Government. The bills were eventually payed with back interest.”
* EXPECT to see devaluation of the USA dollar and a government sanctioned “Bank-holiday” where the banks lock your assets in their accounts and then return less value to you when they re-open the banks to the public.